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Genius Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes

By: Anna from Garnish with Lemons

Genius Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes
Genius Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes
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This method for how to cook baked potatoes is pure genius! No need to heat up the oven to cook baked potatoes, these Genius Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes practically bake themselves. All you have to do is wash the potatoes, rub them with olive oil, wrap in aluminum foil, and place in the slow cooker! Leave them alone all day and they'll be ready by dinner time - whether you serve them as a side dish or meal.

Serves: 6

Slow Cooker Time LOW: 8 hr

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This is a great hack since the potatoes (which usually take so long to bake properly in the oven) will be all ready when you are finishing the other components of dinner. Are the potatoes moist enough cooking for eight hours? Because I hate when baked potatoes get too dry. Do they need anything else besides the olive oil to retain moisture?

I love these loaded baked potatoes. They're a great meal when you're feeling a little lazy and don't want to make multiple courses. Thanks for the great recipe!

In my experience, a lot of restaurants make their "baked" potatoes in a similar method, then pop them under a broiler for a few minutes to crisp up the skin a little. I like to set up a baked potato bar when serving guests, where I lay out all kinds of toppings and everyone makes their own!

This looks like a good idea. I'm not a fan of microwaved potatoes and I don't always have the hour to bake them when I get home from work. I like having something already cooking while I'm at work, knowing it will be ready for us at dinner time.

I am always in a hurry when I cook. The method I use is the microwave. I wash the potatoes, then pierce them with a fork and wrap each of them in a paper towel. I press the potato button on my microwave and they cook in under 30 minutes. I usually check the potatoes when the timer is around 4 minutes left. At this time I will turn them over for the remaining time. They come out perfect every time.

Now I want a baked potato! Why do you need to cover them in foil? I can understand putting them in foil if you are going to stick them in the oven. They will get dry uncovered and skins will get tough. But, the slow cooker has a lid to keep the moisture in.

This does look very interesting and I think I would like to try it. Firstly I often go without baking potatoes as they take so long to make and who has the time for that when you get home from work? Now I can pop it into the slow cooker, go to work and come home to a lovely baked potato! I also always rub my potatoes with olive oil. I usually slap on some coarse salt too. Then as soon as they are done, I open it, slather on some creamy butter and eat it with hot sauce! Yes, that's right. I love it.

What a great idea! The last thing I want to do at day's end is start dinner from scratch. This way I can toss the taters into the crock pot in the morning and put together the toppings when I am ready to eat. Easy peasy!

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